Digital currency is becoming more and more popular and, these days, there’s no need to carry around an overflowing wallet in your pocket as an Apple device can now make payments for you.
It may seem like a worse-case scenario, but if your iOS device goes missing, don’t panic: you just may be able to get it back.
In the years since it was launched, the iPad has become a repository of our digital lives, and contains an astonishing amount of personal data, which we, naturally, want to keep safe.
One of the few big drawbacks of using an iPhone or iPad is that physical storage capacity can’t be increased, and it’s all too easy to find yourself out of space.
The 8th March 2018 is International Women’s Day and celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity, which, according to the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report, is still over 200 years away.
Tablets have revolutionised the way we work, and Apple’s iPad Pro is now more powerful than many entry-level laptops, not to mention far more intuitive to use.
Apple’s iPad is so easy to use that even children master it, but choosing from the increasing number of models available can be a little more complex.
Debuting in 2011, Siri has grown in complexity and capability over the years to become a remarkably intelligent personal assistant.
Apple’s App Store has recently undergone a significant redesign with the introduction of iOS 11and has now adopted a more curated approach to showcasing its two million-plus apps.
One of the key benefits of digital media is the ease and speed at which you can share our lives with family and friends. In just a few moments, you can snap a picture on a phone, and send it to a relative on the other side of the world so that they can view it, too.
Apple has changed the way we interact with technology for the better by making computing accessible for everyone, no matter their age, experience or ability.
Once upon a time, childproofing was reserved solely for staircases, cabinets, electrical sockets and the like. Now, however, there’s one more thing to worry about, namely electronic devices like your iPad.